She was considered to be the first Hollywood actress to have a title “The Girl Next Door.” She became also part of American Pop-Culture where men used to carry a pocket-sized picture of her. Her name is Alicia Silverstone. She’s an actress, writer and activist.

Alicia was born in San Francisco, CA – United States on October 4, 1976. She was a teen model and first appeared in Domino’s Pizza commercial. She studied from Crocker Middle School and finished her high school years from San Mateo High School. She was married to Christopher Jarecki on 2005. She also worked with in the theatrical “The Graduate.”

She appeared in music video of Aerosmith – “Crazy”, “Cryin”, and “Amazing.” She also appeared for Rob Thomas’s "Her Diamonds" and Beastie Boys’s "Fight for Your Right Revisited." Her first debut though was the psychological-thriller movie “The Crush” where she received the “Best Villain” and “Best Break-Through Performance” from MTV Movie Awards. Her career jumpstarted when she starred in the movie “Clueless” in 1995 where she received the awards “Funniest Actress” and “Best Female New Comer.” These were followed by the movies “The Baby Sitter” and Pat Verducci’s “True Crime” in 1996. She also worked for the star-studded movie “Batman and Robin” in 1997 starring , , Chris O’Donnel and . For this movie she received “Favorite Movie Actress” for Kid’s Choice Awards. She also the prime cast of “Excess Baggage” in 1997. These were followed with TV appearances and movies. She was considered to be one of the “Sexiest Woman” in her era. Alicia, aside from being an actress, she’s also an animal and environmental activist. For these, she received in 2009 the “Heart of Green Award” and “Voice of Compassion” for imposing vegetarian diet.